Montana State Legislature

Long-Range Building Program

In 1963, the legislature enacted the Long-Range Building Program (LRBP) to provide funding for construction, alteration, repair, and maintenance of state-owned buildings and grounds. The program, as established in Title 17, Chapter 7, part 2, MCA, was developed in order to present a single, comprehensive, and prioritized plan for allocating state resources for the purpose of capital construction and repair of state-owned facilities. The program is administered by the Architecture and Engineering Division (A&E) of the Department of Administration (DOA). Historically, the LRBP has been funded with a combination of cash accounts and bonding. The various types of cash accounts include state and federal special revenue funds, other funds (such as university and private funds), and LRBP capital project funds.

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